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We don’t heal in isolation, but we heal in community.

– S. Kelley Harrell

Join the Narcissistic Abuse and Toxic Relationship Forum on Facebook to receive more information about narcissism, support, and inspiration for recovery.

 

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Resources

If you’re in a physically abusive relationship or you know someone who is being physically abused. There are places you can turn for help. The following is a list of resources for victims of domestic violence. (US)

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline (800) 799-SAFE or (TTY) (800) 787-3224

National Network to End Domestic Violence (202) 543-5566

National Resource Ctr. Domestic Violence (800) 537-2238

Love Is Respect (866) 331- 9464, Chat, or Text * loveisrepect to 22522

Contact a loveisrespect advocate, they will listen to your situation, assess how you’re feeling in the moment, and help you figure out the next best steps for you. You might brainstorm a safety plan together, or the advocate may be able to find some local resources for you, whether it’s a counselor, support group, legal service or whatever you might need.

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